Each week, Sarah McLevish’s mother meets with her daughter’s doctors, nurses, caseworkers and therapists to review her progress and talk about when she can come home.
McLevish is in a semiconscious state. She opens her eyes and can turn them toward sounds, such as when someone says her name. But she’s not fully aware of what’s happening around her, said her mother, Bobbi Hubbard, on the morning her daughter should have been starting her junior year at Franklin Community High School.
“Everything she does is more of a reflex,” Hubbard said.